If you are planning your trip to Prague, it is worth studying this question from different sides to understand how to get the best out of your journey. If it is about a vacation with your beloved girlfriend, you should pay attention to some romantic places where you can spend time with pleasure and arrange an unusual date.
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The Vyšehrad hill is considered one of the most romantic spots in the city, from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Old Town. Here you can arrange a wonderful picnic, enjoy the view, walk along the ancient fortress walls of the 10th century, as well as visit the New Gothic Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
Prague Botanical Garden and Troja Castle
Troy Castle can boast of a living labyrinth and wine cellars, and it can become a great place for a romantic walk as well. Within easy walking distance of the castle, you can find the Botanical Garden of Prague, which consists of three parts: the park, the vineyards of St. Clara, and the Fata Morgana greenhouse. If you find yourself in the park in spring, you should visit an amazing Japanese garden, especially when wisteria starts blooming. The greenhouse Fata Morgana can also become a stunning place to walk thanks to exotic greenery and jungle atmosphere. After a long stroll, you can visit the wine house and enjoy a glass of good wine that is produced right in the botanical garden itself. It also offers a spectacular view of Prague from the Troy side.
Any list of romantic spots in Prague will include this park with the famous historic cable railway and Prague’s “Eiffel Tower.” If you come at noon or in the evening and slowly move up on foot, along the winding roads through the real huge garden with many fruit trees, you can get a big portion of good vibes thanks to the walk.
The Vrtba garden
Baroque terraced garden in Italian style can rightfully be called one of the most amazing in Prague. It can be hard to find it since its entrance is open only through the courtyard of the Vrtba Palace. It was built almost 4 centuries ago by leading architects, sculptors, and painters by order of Count Jan Josef. The work of the best specialists has resulted in a unique pearl of landscape architects.
Pruhonice Castle Park is one of the largest landscape parks in Europe. Its area reaches 240 hectares. Endless paths meander between flower beds and mighty trees. The local collection of rhododendrons consists of about 8000 bushes of 100 different species that grow here. You can admire their flowering in spring.
The Pruhonice area is also considered a very elite place to live, so there are many excellent cafes and restaurants around the castle and park, where you can end your romantic date. For example, you can visit the Hliněná bašta or Babiččina zahrada restaurants.
It is one of the most magical spots in the city. In its central part is a park overlooking the embankment. It will take your breath away thanks to its stunning landscapes. Here you can also walk along the oldest bridge over the Certovka River, which separates the island from the coast.
The fairytale castle complex Ctenice is located on the outskirts of the city and is an ideal place for walking and cycling. The complex includes the castle itself and a beautiful park. The castle falls under the control of the Museum of the main city of Prague.